|Sabertooth - Cadillac Solder [JAM-015]|
Teen post-psych prodigies Zach McLuckie and Rex McMurry, the original Pows, reunite in a rule-crushing eight-track home recording project. Adam Roberts joined the band for their one live show (the release show for their sole album 'Cadillac Soldier' at Mojo's, Columbia MO March 5 2005) and appears in the album artwork, but does not play on the album. Zach submitted the CD as his admissions portfolio to the Chicago Institute of the Arts, and was accepted...
Keywords: psych-rock, electroogranic artmetal; cat jams
|Sayako Tsunekage Presents - NEKOZE [JAM-021]|
Nearly two years ago, french anti-DJ Digiki emailed Channing and MC Cat Genius after hearing their track on Cornelius' PM by Humans remix album, asking them to do something for his own remix contest for Kitchen, his debut. Channing and Piccolo took their time and shook out some tracks, as did labelmates Gregg Lewis, James Harvey, and Tanuki. When the credits for Animals Don't Care: people cook Digiki (d!g!k! microwaves back), Digiki's self-rehashed compilation of other people's remixes of him, w...
Keywords: electronic; remix; avant-garde; cat jams
|Swamp Fuck - Celtic Guardians [JAM-002]|
C. Kennedy and G. Lewis's post-dropout manifesto against music. Terrible improvised songs about Fox Kids cartoons and lame celebrities, culled from several impromptu tape-recorded talentless, sometimes instrumentless, jam sessions at each other's homes at scenic Lake of the Ozarks. Includes "Velcro Felines," as seen on the Painfully Midwestern Comomusic Anthology 1990-2005 volume 1, and a remix by Dusty Sudn...
Keywords: anti-pop; avant-garde; comedy; cat jams